You may wonder why a bottle of juice is visible in the interface. This is your energy level. For beginners, there is a tutorial video, where they would be asked to make an account at Mindbloom.
There are no boring menus in the app; everything has to be controlled using the juice bottle on the screen. Choose your own energy from a range of “awful” to “great” to get started. The next step is to select the “Ingredient” you want to tinker with. By default, there are “Sleep”, “Exercise” and “Nutrition”, with additional ingredients available through in-app purchases or after regular use of the app. Entering each ingredient’s menu brings up a rating screen, where you have to mark your current condition. You can also add notes to a day’s activities or view your stats from past weeks.
The interface is also smooth and doesn’t clutter the screen with an extensive menu. In the beginning, you can mark your energy level in a range from ‘awful’ to ‘great’. ‘Ingredient’ is where you can rate your performance. For instance, if you select ‘Sleep’, a menu would appear in which you can rate current performance on the rating screen. A note adding feature is available as well.
You would be getting push notifications on a daily basis of your current status as detected by Juice. A weekly collection of the data along with the results is shown, and the app also provides potential tips for improvement. Following usage and depending upon your levels, Juice would be able to provide you with tips.
You can share the tips on Facebook. Apart from this, there is also an option of marking any tip as your favorite or reading them manually.
Juice app can be downloaded for free from the App Store. It works on both iPhone and iPod Touch.
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